I've put over 160 hours into my Steam copy of Skyrim, and I've really enjoyed the mods through the Steam Workshop. But I don't know if it was because of those or something else I did, but when I try to use the "help" console command, I get nothing relevant back. It simply says this:
this happens almost regardless of what I enter. "help iron 0", "help iron 4", "help iron". I don't know how long it has been like this. The only thing that gets a different response is a search for anything shorter than two letters, and when I do, it's jibberish.
entering "help ir" returns "the entrance to Sky Haven Temple"?
@TobbRobb: How much of Angel Beats did you actually watch? It wasn't because of the threat of disappearing that the SOS rebelled, it was because of the horrible things god "did" to them when they were alive.
@iAmJohn: I have seen massive reddit threads of people justifying their planned ME3 piracy because of Origin.
Let me tell you a little secret about pirates: They'll say anything to justify their planned piracy of any game because they never intended to purchase it in the first place.
This. No one is not going to buy this in some way because of Origin. They're not going to buy this because they never were going to buy it. If people really have a problem with Origin, they can plug their keyboard into a PS3 or just use dualsticks on an XBOX.
It'll surely do netflix, but I would be shocked if it supported dvd or blu-ray playback.
You would be shocked?? It's games will run on DVD's, so why not support the playback of DVD movies? I'll be shocked if it doesn't. Especially with it's focus being on Japanese consumers, and the fact they usually lean towards the console that plays media as well.
And, ya I have a dvd player or 2, but that's just more space and another remote to keep track of, so it just makes things more simple.
Let's look at Nintendo's recent history. The gamecube used a proprietary format, and unlike its competitors, didn't play disc-based movies. The Wii used a proprietary fromat, and unlike its competitors, didn't play disc-based movies. Japan loved both consoles regardless of their inability to play dvds, and with movies increasingly moving to digital-only, Nintendo would probably be wasting money bothering to include something so redundant.